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Police raid couple's home after 'months of intelligence' and find them bang to rights

A couple involved in a drug dealing operation from their Cheshire home have been sentenced. Joshua Harrison, 34, has been jailed for three years whilst Chantelle Jackson, 37, was handed a suspended sentence.

Police raided the address in Poynton, near Stockport, after obtaining 'months worth of intelligence' about the dealing of cocaine and cannabis from there.

Inside the property on Copperfield Road, following the execution of a warrant on January 25 last year, officers found 14 electronic devices were recovered, alongside scales with remnants of white powder, cannabis, steroids, and snapbags.

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The scales were found to have been in contact with both cocaine and cannabis. Mobile phones that were seized showed the pair had been in 'regular' conversation about selling drugs. Jackson had also contacted others about drugs for sale, Cheshire Police said.

Harrison was subsequently arrested while Jackson was invited for a voluntary interview at a later date. Both admitted being concerned in the supply of class A and B drugs. and were sentenced at Chester Crown Court last Tuesday (March 26).

Harrison was jailed for three years. Jackson was handed a two year prison sentence, suspended for two years. Following the sentencing, PC Jarrad Sainsburys said: "The warrant executed in January 2023 was the result of intelligence gathered into Harrison and Jackson’s criminal behaviour.

“I hope this shows just how serious we take crimes of this nature. Illegal drugs can have a devastating impact on communities and Harrison and Jackson’s activities were contributing to this.

“But thanks to officers’ efforts in obtaining evidence against them,

Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk